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Published by the Fourth Year Class of 
The College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Columbia University in the City of New York 



DEDICATION 



A great man is greater than any printed word 
. . . humbled by this realization and painfully 
cognizant of the inadequacy of our gesture, we, 
the Editors, nevertheless dedicate this yearbook to 
a vigorous, inspired bedside teacher, medical 
scientist, and superb clinician . . . 

Dr. Robert F. Loeb 



THE YEARBOOK STAFF 



CHARLES S. HOLLANDER 
Editor 



EDWARD KAPLAN 
Managing Editor 



JESSICA G. DAVIS 

JAMES CARTER 
Business Managers 



FRANK DAVIDOFF 
Production Manager 

PETER MOTT 

LEE R. GARDNER 

Assistant Business Managers 



PETER BERKMAN 

DANIEL CUKIER 

Photographers 



ADMINISTRATION 




DR. H. HOUSTON MERRITT 
Professor of Neurology 
Dean 



DR. AURA E. SEVERINGHAUS 

Professor of Anatomy 

Associate Dean 





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Bock Row: Karl Waterson, Robert Waldbaum, Ian Nisonson, Peter Parry, Edward Hankin, 
Richard Ulin, Howard Dubin, William Lovejoy, Scott Murphy, Steve Flagg, Newell Augur, 
Jack Kelley, Arthur Geller, James Campbell. Third Row: Robert Winslow, Forrest Weight, 
Harold Bruck, William Duncan, Andrew Franzone, Bernard Talbot, Glen Bell, Elihu Root, 
Timothy Schuster, Nicholas Romas, Peter Immordino, Barry Walker, Jonathan Levine. Second 
Row: Albert Casazza, Relton McCarroll, Robert Miller, Robert Pascal, Barbara Rosen, Sandra 
Grant, Mary Jeanne Kreek, Anne Gamble, Sherman Bull, John White, Gabriel Schwartz. 
First Row: Donald Cohen, Richard Orahood, Irving Lerner, Salvatore Pagliaro, John Kovach, 
Peter Puchner, Stephen Bazahler, Kenneth Berkes, Richard Brown. 



CLASS 
of 1962 






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Boclc Row, Left fo right; John Brust, William Covey, James Vogel, Donald Burress, Spencer 
Sherman, Joel Kraut, Franz Stewart, Herman Frankel, Robert Herzberg, Howard Berman, 
Edward Coates, Eugene Schiff, Henry Solomon, Donald Bell. Third Row. Peter Wolf, David 
Patek, Robert Gollance, Solan Chao, Stanley Cohen, Peter Barlow, Myles Behrens, Paul Pease, 
Leonard Dauber, Stephen Silver, Michael Rappaport, Jacob Haft, William Klein, Paul Mosher. 
Second Row: Joel Karlinger, Anthony Oppenheimer, Barbara Flood, Timothy Smelzer, A, Bernard 
Ackerman, Marcia Buckley, James Valuska, Boyd Seidenberg, Khosrow Nasr, Howard Zeft, 
Fred Hurst. First Row.- Joel Weinstein, Norbert Hirschhorn, Alton Steiner, Earl Fogelberg, 
Parke Gray, Jerome Rygorsky, Courtney Brown, Donald Caton, Ganson Purcell, 

Lawrence Margolies. 



CLASS 
of 1962 




Left to right, first row: James Philip, Eric Weber, Helen Redman, John Ryan, Thomas Mack, 
Mayer Lightdale. Second row: Benjamin Nachamie, William Stouch, Ronald Maenza, Arnold 
Marglin, Marjorie Ttfjfcer, Jclte- Schwa rtzberg, Susan Standfast, Arthur Meyerson, John Rosen, 
William Powell, Richard Thurer, James Meyer. Third row; Irvin Teran, Paul Reich, Louis 
Sherwood, Walter Morgan, William Reichel, Stephen Wanger, John Talbott, Philip Stuart, 

Luther Strayer III. 



CLASS 
of 1961 




Left to right, first row: William Schwartzman, Betty Danes, David Whaley. Second Row; William 

Luikart, Stanley Luftschein, Robert Neer, Thomas Devel, Charles Watson, Stephen Terry, 

Richard Weil III, Arthur Lemlich, James Robinson. Third Row: John Robinson, Peter Millheiser, 

Leon Skolnick, Bart Troy, Alan Wanderer, Donald Marcuse, Francis O'Connell. 



CLASS of 1961 



Left to right, first row. John Sheagren, Frederick Guggenheim, Carl Brunjes. Second row: 
Frederick Grossman, Howard Corning, Otto Pfluger, Jr., Seth Harvey, Hugh Clark, James Gale, 

Robert Mulcare. 





Left to right, first row.- Arthur Lennon, Ted Nicklaus, Charles Rucker, George Doyle, Peter Braun, 
Robert Riggins. Second row: Saul Moroff, Richard Doherty, Julian Clark, Herbert Reilly, John 
Sachs, Joe Oppenheim, Martin Sorger, Christopher Rowland, Theodore Roman, Herbert Klein, 
Jay Robbins. Third row: William Duncan 111, William Taylor, Henry Dawes, Edward Coffey, 
William Temple, Elias Schwartz, Lloyd Smith, Jr., William Hicks. 



CLASS of 1960 



Left to right, first row: Stephen Goldfinger, Douglas Holsclaw, Jr., John Suarez, Charles 

Leach, William Salot, William Brownlee. Second Row: Harvey Nova, Ronald Picoff, Stanley 

Heller, Richard Anderson, Neil MacLean, George Stassa, Kenneth Hanson. Third Row-. Thomas 

Coates, Jesse Blumenthal, Arthur DeSimone, Alan Korhammer, Joel Ginsberg, Peter Cohen. 





Left to right, first row.- Roger Kaufman, Stanley Forwand, Richard Clutz, George Stanley, Dean 
Cummings, Joshua Hollander. Second row.- Howard Keller, Robert Emde, Allan Troupin, Rosalind 
Troupin, Grace Eddison, Sheila Solomon, Barry Beller, Edward Rowes, Richard Milligan. 
Third row.- George Canellos, James Downey, Donald King, Ernest Richards, Peter Kronfeld, 

Robert Touloukian. 



CLASS 
of 1960 




Fred Pittman — incognito 



Cadaver shortage 



If we cut the nerve and move it medially 
they'll never recogni?e it. 




The taste fibers to the 
interior 2 /3 of the tongue 



Dr. Paul Brazeau 



The ear is like a box. 




The Renal plasma flow 



Informal student conclave 





Dr. John V. Toggart 



You say 88 cm is a 
normal 2 yr old's height? 



Right — a gynecoid pelvis! 




Dr. William A. Silverman Pediatrics A Clinic 



The incubation 
period of measles? 



Familial Dysautonomia 



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I SWEAR by Apollo the physician, & Aesculapius, & Hygeia, and 
Panacea, and all the gods and goddesses, that according to my 
ability and judgment I will keep this oath and this stipulation: 
to reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my 
parents, to share my substance with him and relieve his necessities if 
required; to look upon his offspring as my own brothers and to teach 
them this Art, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation; 
and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction I will 
impart a knowledge of the Art to my own sons and those of my teachers, 
and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of 
medicine, but to none others. I will follow that system of regimen which 
according to my ability and judgment I consider for the benefit of my 
patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous. I 
will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such 
counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to pro- 
duce abortion. With purity and with holiness I will pass my life and 
practise my Art. I will not cut persons laboring under the stone, but 
tvill leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this work. Into 
whatever houses I enter I will go into them for the benefit of the sick 
and will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption; & 
further, from the seduction of females or males, of freemen and slaves. 
Whatever, in connection with my professional practice or not in connec- 
tion with it, I see or hear in the life of men which ought not to be spoken 
of abroad, I will not divulge, as reckoning that all such should be kept 
secret. While I continue to keep this oath unviolated may it be granted 
to me to enjoy life and the practice of the Art, respected by all men & 
all times. But should I trespass and violate this oath may the reverse be 
my lot. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - 1959 



1st year — 



Nelson Cantwell — Presidenf 
Mary Jane Jesse — Vice-Presidenf 
Richmond Prescott — Secrefary 
William Burkes — Treasurer 



3rd year 



William Shaw — President 
Mary Jane Jesse — Vice-Presidenf 
Robert Jones — Secretary 
Arnold Schwartz — Treasurer 



Permanent — 

Frank Davidoff — President 
Mary Jane Jesse — Vice-President 
Edward Kaplan — Secretary 
Charles S. Hollander — Treasurer 



2nd year — 

Leonard Wheeler — President 
Richard Chase — Vice-President 
Mary Jane Jesse — Secretary 
F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer — Treasurer 



4th year — 



Frank Davidoff — President 
Mary Jane Jesse — Vice-President 
Paul Sigler — Secretary 
James Carter — Treasurer 




FRED H. ALLEN, JR. 

B.S. Davidson 

U. Va. — Charlottesville 



WILLIAM S. APPLEBAUM 

A.B. Hunter 
Montefiore Hosp. N. Y. C. 




LESTER BAKER 

Hosp. of the University of Pa. 

A.B. Columbia 



C. REDINGTON BARRETT, JR. 

A.B. Yale 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 




RICHARD S. BAUM 

A.B. Amherst 

Philadelphia Gen. Hosp. 




DAVID BEFELER 

A.B. Columbia 

St. Vincents Hosp. N. Y. C. 






WILLIAM B. BENJAMIN 


PETER M. BERKMAN 


WILLIAM P. BURKS 


A.B. Columbia 


A.B. Harvard 


A.B. Princeton 


Mary Fletcher, Vermont 


11 & IV Med. - Harvard 
Boston City Hospital 


St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C 



JAMES R. CARTER, JR. 

A.B. Princeton 

Mass. Gen. Hosp. Boston 




MORTIMER M. CIVAN 

A.B. Columbia 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 




CORNELIUS J. G. CLARK 

A.B. Harvard 

Albany Hospital 





HOWARD COHEN 
A.B. Washington & Jefferson 
Mount Sinai Hosp. N. Y. C. 



ROBERT H. COLLIER 

A.B. Princeton 

Univ. of California, S. F. 





JOHN AUSTIN COLLINS 

A.B. Fordham 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 



LEROY L. CONSTANTIN 

A.B. Columbia 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 




DANIEL S. CUKIER 

B.S. Coll. of the City of N. Y. 

Long Island Jewish, N. Y. 



FRANK F. DAVIDOFF 

A.B. Harvard 

Mass. Gen. Hosp. Boston 






CHARLES B. DAVIDSON 

B.S. Yale 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 




RICHARD G. DRUSS 

A.B. Yale 

Mass. Mem. Hosp. Boston 



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MALCOLM S. EDGAR, JR. 

A.B. Princeton 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 



DAVID EIDINGER 

Ph.D. McGill 

Royal Victoria, Canada 



JOHN ELEUTERI 

A.B. Princeton 

Johns Hopkins Hosp. Md. 




MANFRED D. EPSTEIN 

A.B. New York University 

Bellevue Hosp. 1st Div. 





KENNETH J. FAUST 

A.B. Lehigh 

Los Angeles County Hosp. 




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ANDREW S. FERBER 

B.S. Wisconsin 

Michael Reese, Chicago 



KENNETH A. FORDE 

B.S. Coll. of the City of N. Y. 

Bellevue 1st Surg. Div. 



JOHN D. FOULKE 

A.B. Kenyon 

No. Carolina Baptist 



GUY G. FREEMAN 

A.B. Columbia 

Kings County, Brooklyn 



LEE R. GARDNER 

A.B. Barnard 

St. Lukes, N. Y. C. 






JOHN T. GILFILLAN, JR. 
B.S. U. S. Naval Academy 

M.B.A. Harvard 
Los Angeles County Hosp. 




GEORGE L. GINSBERG 

A.B. Brown 

Jackson Memorial, Miami 



STANLEY A. GINSBERG 

A.B. Amherst 

Mount Sinai Hosp. N. Y. C. 



I. BRADLEY GORDON 

A.B. Vermont 
Michael Reese, Chicago 




DAVID W. GRAINGER, JR. 

B.S. Yale 
Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 




LUDWIG GUTMAN 

A.B. Princeton 
Univ. Hosp. Madison 





TEODORO HERSKOVIC 

A.B. Harvard 

Mount Sinai Hosp. N. Y. C. 




CHARLES S. HOLLANDER 

A.B. Columbia 

Bellevue Hosp. 1st Div. 





BARBARA S. HULKA 
A.B. Radcliffe 
M.S. Juilliard 

Public Health Service 



MARK W. IZARD 

A.B. Columbia 
Hartford Hospital 



THEODORE H. JOHNSON 

A.B. Harvard 

Univ. of Chicago Clinics 




ROBERT H. JONES 

B.S. Davidson 

Jackson Memorial, Miami 







EDWARD S. KAPLAN 


JEAN B. KELLER 


HAROLD L. KUNDEL 


A.B. Yale 


B.S. Cornell 


A.B. Columbia 


Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 


U. Utah Affiliated Hosp. 


Mary Imogene Bassett 



PAUL S. LIETMAN 

A.B. Western Reserve 

Johns Hopkins Hosp. Md. 




RICHARD A. LINWOOD 

A.B. Yale 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 



FREDERICK A. LONDON 

A.B. Princeton 
Jackson Memorial, Miami 





BERNARD F. LUDES 

B.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. 

Univ. Minn. Minneapolis 




DONALD V. McCONNELL 

A.B. Princeton 
Johns Hopkins Hosp. Md. 




BURTON P. McHUGH 

A.B. Harvard 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 



ALEXANDER S. McKINNEY 

A.B. Princeton 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 




WALTER J. MICHELSEN, JR. 

A.B. Columbia 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 





AUGUSTUS L. MIDDLETON, JR. 

A.B. Princeton 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 






ORLANDO MILLER 


PETER D. MOTT 


MARK N. MUELLER 


A.B. Yale 


A.B. Princeton 


A.B. Colgate 


Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. C. 


Mass. Mem. Hosp. Boston 


Univ. of Chicago Clinics 



ANSIS MUIZNIEKS 

B.S. Columbia 

Los Angeles County Hosp. 




WILLIAM J. MUNSIE 

B.S. Tufts 

New England Center Boston 



JOSEPH K. MYERS, JR. 

A.B. Princeton 
Syracuse Med. Center 





MATTHEW NEWMAN 

A.B. Vanderbilt 

Kings Cnty Hosp. Seattle 






DAVID S. NOUROK 

B.S. Coll. of the City of N. Y. 

Univ. of Cal. Hosp. L. A. 



ROBERT A. PETERSEN 

B.S. Queens 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 



VERONICA S. PETERSEN 

A.B. Pembroke 

Bellevue 3rd Div. Ped. 



GENE M. PHILLIPS 

A.B. Princeton 

Palo Alto Stanford County 



JOSEPH PINES 

A.B. Yale 

Peter Bent Brigham 




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F. XAVIER PI-SUNYER 

A.B. Oberlin 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 




FRED E. PITTMAN 

A.B. Yale 

The New York Hospital 



THOMAS F. PLAUT 

A.B. Yale 
Pediatrics — Bellevue 



RICHMOND PRESCOTT 

A.B. Harvard 

LL.B. Harvard 

Mass. Gen. Hosp. Boston 




PETER I. PRESSMAN 

A.B. Columbia 

Bellevue 1st Surg. Div. 




S. RICHARD PROTHERO 

B.S. Bates 
Mary Imogene Bassett 





DONALD PUGATCH 

A.B. Columbia 

Mass. Mem. Hosp. Boston 



ROBERT M. REISS 

A.B. Columbia 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 




RICHARD L ROHDE 

B.S. North Dakota 

Los Angeles Cnty. Hosp. 



NORMAN S. ROOME 

A.B. Columbia 

St. Clare, N. Y. C. 




SAMUEL M. ROSEN 

A.B. Hamilton 

Bronx Mun. Hosp. Cntr. N. Y. 



ARTHUR H. ROSENBERG 
A.B. Amherst 
Research & Education, Univ of 





ALLEN G. ROSENFIELD 

A.B. Harvard 

Beth Israel, Boston 




JOHN W. SCHiEFFELIN 

A.B. Harvard 
Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. C. 




ARNOLD SCHWARTZ 

A.B. Columbia 

Univ. of Cal. Hosp. L. A. 



WILLIAM V. SHAW 

A.B. Williams 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 




PAUL B. SIGLER 

A.B. Princeton 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 



BENNETT SIMON 

A.B. Harvard 

Montefiore Hosp. N. Y. C. 





WARNER V. SLACK 

A.B. Princeton 
Univ. Hosps. Madison 




MARTIN J. SMITH 

A.B. Hofstra 

Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn 



KENNETH H. SPITZER 

B.S. Hobart 
Syracue Med. Center 



GEORGE STORM 

A.B. Yale 

Mary Hitchcock Mem., N. H. 




BERISH STRAUCH 

A.B. Columbia 

Bellevue 1st Surg. Div. 




THEODORE L. STREHAN 

A.B. Fordham 

Montefiore Hosp. N. Y. C. 





GAMBER F. TEGTMEYER 

A.B. Kenyon 

Univ. Hosps. Madison 




GERASIM TIKOFF 

A.B. Columbia 

Univ. of Chicago Clinics 




EDWARD VADEIKA 

A.B. Hamilton 

Methodist Hosp. Brooklyn 



SEYMOUR WALLACE 

A.B. Columbia 

Methodist Hosp. Brooklyn 




ALEXANDER A. WEECH, JR. 

A.B. Princeton 

Methodist Hosp. Brooklyn 



CHARLES E. WEEMS 

A.B. Yale 

Penn. Hosp. Philadelphia 





PAUL H. WENDER 

A.B. Harvard 

Barnes Hosp. St. Louis 



LEONARD WHEELER, JR. 

A.B. Harvard 
Strong Mem-Roch. Mun. 



GEORGE C. WILSON, JR. 

A.B. Yale 

Stanford Div. San Francisco Hosp. 



SHELDON M. WOLF 

A.B. Columbia 

Bellevue Hosp. 1st Div. 



MACLYN E. WOSNITZER 

A.B. Dartmouth 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 








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RALPH E. ALVING 

A.B. Harvard 

Jackson Memorial, Miami 

DONALD E. BARTH 

A.B. Columbia 

Bellevue 4th Med. N. Y. C. 

GEOFFREY M. BRITTIN 
Johns Hopkins Hosp. Md. 

EARL B. BYRNE 

B.S. Princeton 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 

NELSON H. CANTWELL 
B.S. Canisuis 

M.S. Fordham 

Ph.D. Fordham 
Bellevue 2nd Med. Div. 

JESSICA G. DAVIS 

A.B. Wellesley 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 

ROBERT A. FIRST 

A.B. Kenyon 

Peter Bent Brigham 

LINDA HILLES 
A.B. Barnard 



ROBERT S. HILLMAN 

B.S. Tufts 

Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. C. 

MARY J. JESSE 

A.B. Nazareth 

Bronx Mun. Hosp. Cntr. N. Y 

ELLYN P. JONES 

A.B. Wooster 

Ohio State Univ. Straight Med 

IRA E. KANTER 

A.B. Haverford 

Beth Israel, Boston 

CARLTON A. McDONALD, JR. 
A.B. Princeton 

St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 

ALFRED A. MOSCARELLA 

A.B. Colgate 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 

GEORGE W. MUNSICK 
St. Lukes Hosp. N. Y. C. 

BEVERLY G. RAFFMAN 

A.B. Goucher 
Morristown Mem. Hosp. 

DAVID R. WIDROW 

A.B. Yale 

Bronx Mun. Hosp. Cntr. N. Y. 




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Sponsors — Patrons 



DR. HAROLD BROWN 
DR. HENRY COOPER 
DR. STUART COSGRIFF 

DR. JOHN H. DUNNINGTON 
DR. CARL FEIND 

DR. EDMUND FOWLER 
DR. VIRGINIA K. FRANTZ 
DR. LEONARD GOLDWATER 

DR. and MRS. NATHAN GROSOFF 
DR. FRANKLIN HANGER 
DR. ROBERT HIATT 

MR. and MRS. BERNARD HOLLANDER 
DR. LAWRENCE KOLB 
DR. RUSTIN MclNTOSH 
DR. GEORGE PERERA 

DR. J. LAWRENCE POOL 
DR. BERNARD S. ROBBINS 
DR. HOWARD C. TAYLOR 
DR. CARMINE VICALE 
DR. JULES WALTNER 
DR. S. C. WANG 



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Compliments 
of the 

P & S ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

To each member of the Class of 1959 

The P & S Alumni Association 

extends its best wishes 

for a happy and successful career, 

and looks forward to seeing you 

at forthcoming alumni gatherings. 



RUDOLPH N. SCHULLINGER, M.D. '23 P & S 
President 



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Extends its Sincerest Good Wishes 

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THE CLASS OF 1959 



Acknowledgments 



For their assistance in the publication, the editor, wishes to express 
appreciation to Jerry Rosenblum of Pride Printers for his experience and 
patient forbearance; 

To Murray Tarr for the portrait photography; 

To Mr. Edwin Barton for his gracious guidance, encouragement and 
secretarial assistance; 

To Dean Severinghaus, Mrs. Bodein and Miss Daly for their kind 

assistance; 

To Joshua Hollander for his technical advice; 

To Frank Boetius, Surinam, and Thomas Plaut for photographic 
assistance; 

To the patrons and parents who supported our enterprise; 

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